Hey, doing it yourself is great but if you are unsure of the advice given or the methods in which to job is done, don't do it. In honor of this amazing, complex, yet simple world, and the many souls who inhabit this space, we’ll share some thoughts for your simple smudging prayer. When the thought of writing a simple smudging prayer, and associating these simple prayers to the start of the year, I found myself drawn to the months, and the power of numbers. Morningstar later became United States Ambassador to the European Union from 1999-2001 and this April was appointed the Special Envoy of the United States Secretary of State for Eurasian Energy, a position comparable to that he had occupied eleven years earlier. Bryza took no little personal credit for accomplishing the above objectives, which as he indicated weren't limited to a comprehensive project of controlling if not monopolizing oil and natural gas flows to Europe but also in the opposite direction to three of the world's four major energy consumers: China, India and Japan.
Previous articles in this series [2] have examined the joint energy-geopolitical-military strategies the West is pursuing from and through the sites of its three major wars over the past decade: The Balkans, Iraq and Afghanistan. His work and his political trajectory - paralleling closely that of his fellow American Robert Simmons [4], former Senior Advisor to the United States Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs on NATO and current NATO Special Representative for the Caucasus and Central Asia and Deputy Assistant Secretary General of NATO for Security Cooperation and Partnership - has continued through four successive U.S.
While in his current State Department role Bryza has not only overseen trans-Eurasian, tri-continental energy projects but has also been the main liaison for building political and military ties with the South Caucasus nations of Georgia and Azerbaijan and he remains the U.S. Although Azerbaijan is one of the interested parties in the conflict and the nation's president, Ilham Aliyev, routinely threatens war to conquer Karabakh, often in the presence of top American military commanders, aside from being a supposed impartial mediator with the Minsk Group Bryza in his State Department role secured the use of an Azerbaijani air base for the war in Afghanistan. In the same year, 2008, Azerbaijan's military spending had grown from $163 million the preceding year to $1,850,000,000, more than a 1000% increase.
Much of the money expended for both unprecedented build-ups came from revenues derived from oil sales and transit fees connected with the BTC pipeline Bryza was instrumental in setting up. In addition to the country's standing army the Saakashvili regime has introduced a 100,000-troop reserve force, also trained in part by NATO. Matthew Bryza and his colleagues in the State Department and the Pentagon have served American and NATO interests in the South Caucasus and adjoining areas well over the past decade.
An all-out war was only avoided because Russia capitulated and even flew Abashidze to Moscow, after which it withdrew from the Adjarian base. Bryza's assistance to the Saakashvili government has also extended to backing it in its armed conflicts with Abkhazia and South Ossetia, which in the second case escalated into all-out war a year ago. Now Bryza, the nominal mediator, is going to pass his role as Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs to Tina Kaidanow. Bryza has also played a role in attempting to insinuate European Union and American observers into the South Caucasus conflict zones. His successor in the State Department position, Kaidanow, possesses a political curriculum vitae which provides insight into what can be expected from her. This April, before getting the nod to replace Bryza, Kaidanow said "I worked in Serbia, in Belgrade and in Sarajevo, then in Washington, and I went back to Sarajevo and am now in Kosovo.
After transitioning from advising the National Security Council on the Balkans to implementing the U.S. By the North Caucasus Areshev was referring to the Russian republics of Chechnya, Dagestan, Ingushetia and North Ossetia where extremist secessionist violence has cost scores of lives in recent months, including those of leading officials. With reference to Areshev including Iran along with Russia as an intended target of such an application of the Yugoslav model, the clear implication is that the West could attempt to instigate separatist uprisings among the nation's Azeri, Arab and Baloch ethnic minorities in an effort to tear that nation apart also. It is the politicizing of ethnic, linguistic and confessional differences that was exploited by the West to bring about or at any rate contribute to the dissolution of Yugoslavia into its federal republics and then yet further on a sub-republic level with Kosovo and Macedonia (still in progress).
Having worked under the likes of Christopher Hill and later Richard Armitage in the Rice State Department, Kaidanow surely knows how the strategy is put into effect. The situation Kaidanow will enter into is one in which a year ago a war had just ended and currently others threaten.
Two days later South Ossetian President Eduard Kokoity announced that "Russian troops will hold drills in the republic.
The following day Andrei Nesterenko, spokesman for Russia's Foreign Ministry, said that "Provocations from the Georgian side ahead of the anniversary of the August events last year are not stopping. Last year's war began immediately after the completion of the NATO Immediate Response 2008 military exercises which included over 1,000 American troops, the largest amount ever deployed to Georgia. What a resumption of fighting between Georgia and South Ossetia will entail is indicated by an examination of the scale of the catastrophe that was narrowly averted a year ago.
A few days ago the government of Abkhazia shared information on what Georgia planned had its invasion of South Ossetia proven successful. An August 7 report from an Armenian news source substantiated that the plans for last August's war were on a far larger scale than merely Georgia's brutal onslaught against South Ossetia in an attempt to conquer and subjugate it and later Abkhazia.
A coordinated attack by Georgia on South Ossetia and Abkhazia and by Azerbaijan on Nagorno Karabakh would have led to a regional conflagration and possibly a world war. Even if the CSTO had not responded to an Azerbaijani assault on Karabakh which would have ineluctably dragged member state Armenia into the fighting as it was obligated to do, Turkey would have intervened at that point on behalf of Azerbaijan and being a NATO member could have asked the Alliance to invoke its Article 5 military assistance clause and enter the fray. Along with synchronized attacks on South Ossetia, Abkhazia and Nagorno Karabakh, Ukraine may well have been ordered to move its military into the site of the fourth so-called frozen conflict, neighoring ransdniester, either in conjunction with Moldova or independently. A year ago Russian maintained (and still has) peacekeepers in Transdniester, Abkhazia, South Ossetia and, while not in Karabakh, also in Armenia. What the West's probing of Russia's defenses in the Caucasus may be intended to achieve and what the full-scale application of the Yugoslav model to Russia's North Caucasus republics could look like are not academic issues.
Armed attacks in the republics of Chechnya, Dagestan and Ingushetia have been almost daily occurrences over the last few months.
Similar armed attacks on and slayings of police, military and government officials are mounting in Dagestan and Chechnya. The shootings and bombings are perpetrated by separatists hiding behind the pretext of religious motivations - in the main Saudi-based Wahhabism.

Assorted self-designated presidents and defense ministers of the above fancied domains have been granted political refugee status by and are living comfortably in the United States and Britain. That plans for carving up Russia by employing Yugoslav-style armed secessionist campaigns are not limited to foreign-supported extremist troops was demonstrated as early as 1999 - the year of NATO's war against Yugoslavia - when the conservative Freedom House think tank in the United States inaugurated what it called the American Committee for Peace in Chechnya.
Members included the three main directors of the Project for the New American Century: Robert Kagan, William Kristol and Bruce P. Other members of the American Committee for Peace in Chechnya included past CIA directors, National Security Advisers, Secretaries of State and NATO Supreme Allied Commanders like the previously mentioned Zbigniew Brzezinski and Alexander Haig and James Woolsey, Richard V. The American Committee for Peace in Chechnya has evidently broadened its scope and is now called the American Committee for Peace in the Caucasus. Abkhazia and South Ossetia are of course in the South Caucasus and not in Georgia except in the minds of those anxious to expel Russia from the Caucasus, North and South, and transparently have been included as they are targets of designs by U.S.
Russian political leadership has been reserved if not outright compliant over the past decade when the U.S. But intensifying the destabilization of its southern republics and turning them into new Kosovos is more than Moscow can allow. As you’ll see shortly, the “treaty alliance system” that was prevalent in Europe with numerous treaties interconnecting the various states was really at the heart of why what would have been a small conflict, not noteworthy in any way in history, escalated into one of the bloodiest wars in human history with over 15 million people dead.  Somewhat ironically, the spark that set it all off was the assassination that nobody really cared about. Surprisingly, Serbia responded relatively well to the ultimatum, but they did dispute a few minor clauses, which gave Austria-Hungary the excuse they needed to go to war.  At this point, the following general series of events happened due to a variety of existing treaties between various nations, which escalated this minor clash into the first “Great War”. France, bound by an existing treaty with Russia, now is at war with Germany by association.  Germany then invades Belgium to have easy access to France. With Britain now warring with Germany, Canada, India, Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa enter the war as they were colonies of Britain. So in the end, a small quick war over a minor land dispute got turned into a lengthy war that was joined by powers all over the globe due to a variety of existing treaties dating back as much as 75 years before the war started. One thing that’s missing here is the reason why the archduke was assassinated by the Black Hand! Although I’m not sure when Australia,NZ, and SA officially gained their independence, Canada most certainly NOT a British Colony at the time of WWI. Canada wasn’t a colony at the time of the Great War, but Britain was still handling our foreign affairs at this time, so when Britain declared war, we declared war automatically. Rick, there is much more animosity of the Catholic Church against the Orthodox religion in last century.
I bet they are not mentioning the religious-political aspect of the wars, and especially not the influence of the muslim dominated Black Hand organisation which is still a criminal mafia organisation in operation today. So basically, austria or Germany (I got a lil confused there) just got greedy and caused all the pain and tragedy in the world for no real reason, just land!! Norman Dodd, former director of the Committee to Investigate Tax Exempt Foundations of the U.S.
None of the plotters was older than 27: none of them were old enough to remember the Ottoman regime.
So yeah, look elsewhere for the actual facts, but neither Zionists nor Islamic extremists (a modern bugaboo that some people are trying to paste on to a historical period where it did not exist at the time) were involved in any important way.
Isn’t it amazing how much our lives and our minds can wrap around such complexity, yet in those quiet moments it can be difficult to express that feeling that comes from deep within. It is one of the many areas of study that supports mankind in the understanding of self, life, and the world. We call ourselves by name, and define ourselves, and also turn our attention to all that is, and oneness. Caspian Sea energy interests as Deputy to the Special Advisor to the President and Secretary of State on Caspian Basin Energy Diplomacy, where he remained until March of 2001, and he worked on developing what are now U.S.
Bush administration appointed Bryza Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs under Condoleezza Rice, a post he holds to this day although he will soon be stepping down, presumably to become the U.S.
Then-Turkish President Suleyman Demirel worked with these leaders, and with Georgian President Eduard Shevardnadze, to develop a revitalized concept of the Great Silk Road in the version of an East-West Corridor of oil and natural gas pipelines. The Turkey-Greece-Italy (TGI) and Nabucco natural gas pipelines are key elements of the Southern Corridor.
In 2007 he stated, “There are plenty of planes flying above Georgia and Azerbaijan towards Afghanistan.
Marines were heading to Georgia to train its troops for deployment to Afghanistan where in the words of a Georgian official "First of all, our servicemen will gain combat experience because they will be in the middle of combat action, and that is a really invaluable experience.
In the words of the nation's president last year, "And it will increase in the years to come. Embassy, from where she departed to become the Chief of Mission and Charge d'Affaires at the U.S. Politically, the West, primarily NATO, supports Saakashvili, and this support made him confident in the success of his military venture. The day after the drills ended Georgia shelled the South Ossetian capital and killed several people, including a Russian peacekeeper. The plan was to, having launched the war on the day of the Olympic Opening Ceremony in Beijing while world attention was diverted, have Georgian troops and armor rapidly advance to the Roki Tunnel which connects South Ossetia with the Russian Republic of North Ossetia and prevent Russia from bringing reinforcements into the war zone. The government of Abkhazia documented Georgia's battle plans earlier this week, stating "the attack could have been carried out from the sea and from the Kodori Gorge, where Georgian special forces were building their heavily fortified lines of defense. Another possibility was that the enemy would come from the Kodori Gorge, an area that Georgian special forces entered in 2006, violating international peace agreements. As indicated above, Armenia would have been pulled into the fighting and the nation is a member of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) along with Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan.

Russia would not have stood by idly and a war could have ensued that would also have pulled in Ukraine to the north and Iran to the south. Over 200 Russian soldiers were killed and wounded in the fighting in South Ossetia and if those numbers had been matched or exceeded in three other battle zones Russian forbearance might have reached its limits quickly. The Americans tested Russia's readiness to react to military intervention, while at the same time ridding Georgia of its conflict-ridden territories so it could continue its pursuit of NATO membership. In June the president of Ingushetia, Yunus-Bek Yevkurov, was seriously wounded in a bomb attack and two days ago the republic's Construction Minister was shot to death in his office. Until his death in 2002 the main military commander of various self-proclaimed entities like the Chechen Republic of Ichkeria and the Caucasus Emirate was one Khattab (reputedly born Samir Saleh Abdullah Al-Suwailem), an ethnic Arab and veteran of the CIA's Afghan campaign of the 1980s, who also reportedly fought later in Tajikistan and Bosnia. By the middle of this decade its board of directors was composed of Zbigniew Brzezinski, Alexander Haig, Steven Solarz, and Max Kampelman.
A lot of it has to do with the animosity of the Orthodox religion against the Catholic Church which was at the heart of the conflict; a tension which still continues to linger in some Orthodox countries.
We had close ties to Britain still and were obligated to enter the fray do to these, but we became a country in 1867.
Vatican used to re-baptize Orthodox people during II World War and thus convert them to the Catholic Church. The Catholic Church never has and never will baptize people that have already been baptized or against their will. It’s a really great book detailing the causes, duration, and effects of the first world war. There was tension between the French and the Germans because the Prussians won in a war against the French and gained Alsace and Lorraine.
Germany was in a Triple alliance with BOTH Russia and Austria-Hungary, however when Bismarck fell out of power the Russian-German alliance broke and the French created an alliance with Russia. Contrary to popular belief, it was not the Americans that won the war, the entrance of America in the war just made the German High Command give up faster, the Germans made their last offensive in the summer of 1918, and when they heard that a million more men will be entering the war on the opposite side in 1919, they knew that they had no chance. The Germans wanted a war with the French and had created the “Schlieffen” plan years before it started, which was to capture Paris and knock the French out of the war and return to the east before the Russian army was able to mobilize. The war was caused because of the rise of “Imperialism” and “Nationalism” in the European nations. House of Representatives, testified that the Committee was invited to study the minutes of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace as part of the Committee’s investigation.
The Crusades predated WWI by *centuries*, and they were a result of Islam taking over several countries (mainly Christians) and the fight to get them back. There is no way we can anticipate every situation and we do our best to inform of any risks for each job. Always honor the contribution of every element, as well as the amazing creation that comes from the alliance.
Morningstar was appointed by the Clinton administration as the first Special Advisor to the President and Secretary of State on Assistance to the New Independent States of the Former Soviet Union in 1995, then Special Advisor to the President and the Secretary of State for Caspian Basin Energy Diplomacy in 1998 and was one of the chief architects of U.S. The country's military expenses increased by 30 times during past four years, making up 9-10 per cent of the GDP.
Secretary of State Colin Powell, was inaugurated president after the putsch that was called the Rose Revolution and introduced his party flag as that of the nation, which as British journalist John Laughlin remarked at the time had not been done since Hitler did the same with the swastika in 1933. Office in Kosovo from July 2006 to July 2008; that is, while the Bush administration put the finishing touches to the secession of the Serbian province which resulted in the unilateral independence of Kosovo in February of 2008. Moreover, during the war preparations and onset of combat, high-ranking officials in Washington did not answer their telephone calls although they must have been in the office at 9 p.m.
Jackson was the founder and president of the US Committee on NATO (founded in 1996) and the chairman of the Committee for the Liberation of Iraq (launched months before the invasion of that nation in the autumn of 2002). Bush administration operatives with resumes ranging from the Committee on the Present Danger to the Project for the New American Century like Morton Abramowitz, Elliott Abrams, Kenneth Adelman, Michael Ledeen, Richard Perle, Richard Pipes and Norman Podhoretz. Black Hand was an organization who was against Austro-Hungarian annexation of Bosnia-Herzegovina in 1908 and there were not only Serb nationalists, but Muslims too. If you can not read the book for what ever reason, then I suggest you watch the documentary by the same name. If America did not enter the war they may have lasted a year longer, a year and a half at best.
This, in fact is what Obama tried to use to discredit Christians, claiming *they* were the aggressors. The first relational number is the number 3, so we begin with three aspects of the number one. Bush and now Barack Obama, and has taken him from the American embassy in Poland in 1989-1991 to that in Moscow in 1995-1997 to positions in the National Security Council, the White House and the State Department. Despite concerted pressure from Washington and its allies, a year and a half later 130 of 192 nations in the world refuse to recognize its independence and those who do include statelets like Palau, the Maldives, the Federated States of Micronesia, Samoa, San Marino, Monaco, Nauru, Liechtenstein and the Marshall Islands, presumably all paid handsomely for their cooperation. In fact, anyone who reads this and is interested in the First World War, I suggest this to you. Because of the various dates of internal self governance being within 50 years of WW1’s start, there remained a very close attachment to England and their shared head of state King George V.

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